With the recent passing of the vernal equinox and the end of the Great Sleep, Spring has asserted herself firmly in the Heart of the Ozarks. The rising intensity of the sun has enticed all living things to join in a brief, but joyous celebration of new beginnings that humans often associate with love. And love is…Continue
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Doing nothing has really worked....
“We can ignore reality, but we cannot ignore the consequences of ignoring reality.”~ Ayn Rand…Continue
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Today is the Vernal Equinox, the celestial event that marks the point in time when day and night become equal in length and spring officially begins. Of course, here in the Ozarks, spring has been well under way for several weeks now. Even before the…Continue
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On March 1st, the community of West Plains, Missouri, held their first-ever community seed swap! It was a fun and busy day with over 35 people in attendance. Dubbed the Ozarks Pot Luck & Seed Swap, my dream was to bring together area gardeners to share their knowledge and experience with other gardeners and to promote the…Continue
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By Jill Henderson - Show Me Oz
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Last week we learned quite a bit about the history and uses of the deliciously edible and nutritiously dense sweet potato. With a surge in popularity among homesteaders and gourmet chefs alike, this homely root with the pumpkin-colored flesh is being grown in home gardens in quantities not seen for decades. And it’s…
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Jill Henderson – Show Me Oz
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Sweet potatoes are an ancient food crop; a staple that has sustained and nourished mankind for thousands of years. Highly nutritious, sweet potatoes are the seventh most important food crop in the world. Throughout the ages these sweet, orange,…
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